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southeast of Culpeper. The twenty nine sutler wagon captured near Fairfax Thursday night by Mosby and his band were recaptured, with all their contents, Friday morning, near Aldle, by the 2d Masirmish ensured between the guerillas and our advance guard, but on the approach of the main body Mosby fled, closely pursued by the cavalry. Several of the enemy are reported killed and wounded but of the pursuit. This morning a detachment of our cavalry killed two and captured two others of Mosby's band near New Baltimore, and were engaged in ferreting out others.--Yesterday and to-day the wthe Second Massachusetts regiment, has recaptured all prisoners, wagons, supplies, &c., taken by Mosby's guerillas at Fairfax on Thursday night. The rebel escape was out off, and for the first time MMosby has been thwarted in his bold and desperate raids. The value of the goods, horses, &c., recaptured, which mostly belonged to suiters, is estimated at $150,000. Protection to negro soldier